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Supporting Students in Developing Automatic Word Recognition – Spotlight Session, Fall 2021


  • Type: Spotlight Session
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Attendance: This session is offered as a live-only format. Recordings are not available. No refunds will be issued.
  • Platform: Zoom. Login credentials emailed before the course begins



This one hour webinar for educators will focus on explaining what orthographic mapping is and why it is important for efficient and effortless word recognition. We’ll explore the skills students need in order to be automatic word readers and learn strategies that support the necessary components of this process.



This webinar is appropriate for educators at the elementary level.



Any  materials will be shared electronically.

Course Information

1 Hour
Dates/Time Price
December 7, 2021
4:00 - 5:00 PM Eastern

Registration is unavailable at this time.

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About the Instructor

Beth Dietze

Beth has taught within a variety of educational models including inclusion, self-contained, bilingual and ELL classrooms in both public and independent school settings. At Landmark School, she has taught a variety of courses and one-on-one language arts tutorials at both the elementary and middle school level. She has been a part of the Admission Department at Landmark School where she evaluated the materials of Landmark applicants and administered academic screenings. Beth has been involved in course development and instruction with Landmark Outreach Online. She has additional experience with online course instruction as an adjunct faculty member of Southern New Hampshire University’s Online Program. Currently, Beth works as an Academic Advisor  where she oversees the learning experiences of a caseload of students, particularly their reading and writing tutorial. Beth has a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education from John Carroll University, a master’s degree in special education from Simmons College, and a teaching endorsement in bilingual/ESL from the University of Illinois.

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